Blanca de Lizaur, PhD, MA, BA, Content specialist.

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THE WAY OUR BRAIN WORKS, AND HUMAN EXPRESSION. Implications for Literature, Media and research

THE WAY OUR BRAIN WORKS, AND HUMAN EXPRESSION. Implications for Literature, Media and research

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1. Introduction They say that Chesterton and his brother Cecil enjoyed such good and lively intellectual discussions, and they became so absorbed in them that they would stop in the middle of the street talking, and it could rain down on them or the sun might set, before they would quit their enjoyable and productive intellectual sword-fights. People who ran into them in the street, went around them, since it was impossible to pass between or separate the two stout gentlemen, who on the other hand were very well-loved by all –even by their enemies–. At the end of the day, and after having taken care of the day's tasks, some would return to ask how they had resolved the dilemma. Thus, in fact “the daily discussion” was beneficial to others too, ...as long as they had been intelligent
ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS: CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS, 1957-1997

ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS: CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS, 1957-1997

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  Paper presented at: Representing Mexico: Transnationalism and the politics of culture in Post-revolutionary Mexico International conference sponsored by Yale University and the Woodrow Wilson Center, at the Smithsonian Institution Tower, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., Friday 7th and Saturday 8th, November, 1997. . ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS..., CONTENT POLICIES IN MEXICAN TELENOVELAS (1957-1997) Blanca de Lizaur, U.N.A.M. . TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction Telenovelas, what they are The birth of Mexican telenovelas The myth of progress Literature's social function Who decides what can be shown Contents' agenda A short history of religious elements in Mexican telenovelas Religiou